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to nothing. no wonder john boehner promised his party would change. wow. that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "countdown with keith olbermann" starts right now. >>> which of these stories will you be talking about tomorrow? taking the overton window of political possibility, and jamming your head through it. >> it's time to put grown-ups in charge. president obama should ask for and accept the resignations of the remaining members of his economic team starting with secretary geithner and larry summers. >> also, he wants a pony. and some pie. >> for eight years before we arrived in the west wing, mr. boehner and his party ran the economy and the middle class literally into the ground. >>> things go better with coke. big oil giant koch industries that is. dad created the astroturf society to harass president kennedy. how his sons helped create the astroturf tea party to harass president obama. hey, wait, that makes themes sons of perches. >>> republican stoked islam-a phobia, again. rejects approval of an actual mosque. at least the florist next door has a reason. >> i don't
, minority leader john boehner spent more than 74 days on the golf course last year. it would be dangerous to put this guy in a leadership position and give him the gabl. my commentary on that, plus reaction from howard dean. and the democrat who's running against banner ohio. coming up in just a moment. >>> remember when the righties, they didn't want al franken in the senate because he was on "saturday night live""? well, there's an explosive gq report alleges that rand paul's saturday nights were anything but funny. we're talking abduction, drug use and a secret society. we got rapid fire response on all of that. >>> and karl rove, he was awesomely horrible today filling in for the drugster. totally confused. dazed, unprepared. and, of course, stumbling through all of his words. what do you expect from bush's brain? we'll play you the tape coming up in psycho talk where it belongs. >>> this is the story that has me fired up tonight. the democrats need to use two words tore frame the midterms. speaker boehner. the house minority leader wants americans to work longer, harder and cheaper t
a pony. and some pie. >> for eight years before we arrived in the west wing, mr. boehner and his party ran the economy and the middle class literally into the ground. >>> things go better with koch. big oil giant koch industries that is. dad created the astroturf john birch society to harass president kennedy. how his sons helped create the astroturf tea party to harass president obama. hey, wait, that makes themes sons of birches. >> republican-stoked islamophobia, again. rejects approval of an actual mosque. at least the florist next door has a reason. >> i don't want them blocking my driveway. >> so what if it was a church next door to you with baptists? >> the way i see it, they would park where they were supposed to park. these people don't care. >> so now this is about parking. >>> and the iowa republican committeewoman who claims the president said he was a muslim and somebody should call him to ask him. while others check her for any brain activity, we'll call the white house to ask him. all the news and commentary now on "countdown." >> thank you for calling the white house. >
the gop has run out of minority groups to target and smear? no. next, john boehner attacks federal bureaucrats, like john boehner. it's got 26,000 miles on it now, but i'm gonna take it to a thousand million. [ male announcer ] when you own a certified pre-owned mercedes-benz, chances are they'll own it one day, too. which is why it undergoes such a rigorous inspection to meet our uncompromising standards. one day, i'm gonna drive this to vegas. [ male announcer ] hurry in to your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for 1.99% financing during our certified pre-owned sales event through august 31st. >>> for their next trick, he and the republicans are targeting overpaid government employees like his own congressional staffers or him? it's come to this, michelle bachman's office does not know how to spell her own name? this is saul olinski. his guides are reading at dick's army works. >>> the man who compared my steven about my dead mother to rosa parks and iwo jima ahead on "countdown." can be more confident in their ability to be ready with cialis for daily use. cialis for daily use is
, with as much relish as under a new democratic president they are saying yes to nothing. no wonder john boehner promised his party would change. wow. that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us right now. it's time for "the ed show" with ed schultz. >>> good evening, americans, and welcome to "the ed show." tonight from new york, these stories on the table and hitting my hot buttons at this hour. going to be a heck of a weekend, isn't t.tea partiers are laying out their invasion plans for the nation's capital. they are coming to the nation's capital for a rally. what do they do? they publish a guide book with tips on how to segregate themselves. they are also targeting the private holmes democratic leaders. my commentary on that in just a moment. >>> a republican congressman, now flat out admits that if the gop wins back the house, they plan to do nothing except campaign for 2012, and just wait until you hear what the tan man had to say today. >>> plus, fox news may lose its spot in the white house briefing room after making a $1 million donation to the republican governors association.
the results. first john boehner wants heads to roll. he says president obama should fire his economic team. >> employers and small business owners are rightly frustrated by the fact that no one in the white house not the president, not the vice president, not his economic team, no one is listening to them. we've been told that the president's economic team is exhausted. and already, his budget director, c(5éf economist have moved on or about to. clearly, they see the writing on the wall. the president should too. president obama should ask for and accept the resignation of the remaining members of his economic team, starting with secretary geithner and larry summers, the head of the national economic council. now this is no substitute for a referendum on president's job-killing agenda. that question will be put before the american people in due time. but we do not have the luxury of waiting months for the president to pick scapegoats for his failing stimulus policies. we tried 19 months of government as community organizer and it hasn't worked.<ér our fresh start needs to begin now. >> g
. and this was gop leader john boehner's big headline. >> president obama should ask for and accept the res ig vision of remaining members of the economic team starting with secretary geithner, larry summer, the head of the national economic council. >> president obama was on vacation. it was left to the vice president to deliver the scornful rebuttal >>. >> for eight xwreefrs we arrived in the west wing, mr. boehner ran the economy into the ground. >> your choices will shape the national debiefrts taxes, spending or to repeal or change any new health care law. what will we learn? let's begin with democratic strategist james carville. and with me, john avalon, author of "wing nuts." and if in phoenix, national political correspondent jessica yellin. let's begin with this question. hone in on some of the details. james carville, to you, first, what are we going to learn tonight? >> we're going to learn that -- p got right and get out. john mccain got right. he'll probably have to get out. he'll be the nominee and probably stay in the senate. it's interesting, some of the other races will be pretty int
>>> house minority leader john boehner says he wants to put more people on the unemployment line, specifically, the president's economic team. in a scathing speech this morning, boehner slams obama. >>> a probable culprit for that egg recall. mice. >>> irretrievably broken. tiger and elin are officially over. we have the details. >>> plus, the jersey shore is ratings' gold, but is it good for the golden state? believe it or not, a new poll out on that. >>> good tuesday morning, i'm chris jansing live from msnbc world headquarters in new york. we are waiting for a news contranco conference to begin with vilsack and shirley sherrod. she was the usda employee who was let go and decided to stay gone. some people had accused her of being racist when that speech was heard in its entire context. it was shown that she was fired prematurely. they've been trying to get her to go back to usda ever since this happened. she was reluctant to do so and she has not spoken recently and we're waiting for her and the agriculture secretary to come out and we'll have that for you. >>> just moments ag
leader mitch mcconnell and house leader john boehner, together omaha bank on "fox news sunday." and congressman charlie rangel finds himself in serious ethics trouble. we'll ask our sunday panel how much that could hurt democratic chances in november. all right now on "fox news sunday." and hello again from fox news in washington. first some news and pictures you may not find in your sunday paper. in rhinebeck new york, saturday, chelsea clinton married her long time boyfriend. the pride was walked down the aisle by her proud father the former president. the ceremony took place at sunset and was conducted by a rabbi and a minister. hundreds of guests including celebrities including entertainment and politics joined them for the festivities. >> in america's election headquarters as the campaigns for the mid terms intensifies we will talk with top republicans. in a few minutes we will sit down with the gop leaders in the house and senate for their first joint interview ever. but this month we are also going talk with republicans who are being mentioned as prime contenders for th
plunge in july. stocks are falling because investors are pessimistic. john boehner says it's time to put the grown-ups in charge of the economy. in a speech before the city club of cleveland this morning, boehner insisted president obama fire his economic team. treasury secretary tim geithner and adviser larry summers. >> people are asking where are e jobs? and all the president's economic team has to offer are promises of green shoots that never seem to grow. >> and the white house counterattack is on the move with the vice president launching a response. >> let me tell you, there are millions upon millions of americans who saw their savings, their paychecks shrink, lost their jobs, their homes. mr. boehner is nostalgic for those good old days, but the american people are not. they don't want to go back. >> and the democratic party -- >> an effort to keep teachers and cools and firefighters and cops on the street. boehner would fire the very people who help to make the tough decisions to help to do the hard work to get our economy moving in the right direction again. >> and a dem
gop of the house. gop leader, congressman john boehner. what would the republicans do to get people back to work and cut government spending? finally, our political round table weighs in on the long, hot political summer for the president. ethics scandal, jobs, gay marriage, the war in afghanistan and the choice in november. >> when you want to go forward, what do you put the car in? "d." when you want to be go backward what do you do? you put it in "r." >> with us former congressman from tennessee and the author of the new book, "more davids than goliaths," democrat harold ford. congressman from indiana and the chairman of the house republican office, mike pence. "vanity fair's" national editor, and nbc's andrea mitchell. >>> from nbc news in washington, "meet the press" with david gregory. >>> good morning, it has been 111 days since the explosion of the deep water horizon hoyle rig in the gulf of mexico, the leak has been plugged, but there are many questions that remain here with us now, live this morning in an exclusive interview, the president's top environmental and energy ad
and smear? no. next, john boehner attacks federal bureaucrats with fattened salaries and pensions. federal bureaucrats, like john boehner. expedia lets me mix and match airlines. i can take one airline out... and another home. so with more flight options, i can find the combination that gets me there and back quickest. where you book matters. expedia. >>> for their next trick, he and the republicans are targeting overpaid government employees like his own congressional staffers or him? it's come to this. michele bachmann's office does not know how to spell her own name. you know who this is? not her, him. this is saul alinsky. his guides are reading at dick's army freedom works. >> the man who made a joke about my dead mother compares his speech to the moon landing and the bus ride of rosa parks and iwo jima. >>> in the gop's continuing effort to stand up for the little guy, it's going after the personification of bloated all-consuming greed. wall street, no. not wall street. government employees like civil servants and other federal bureaucrats like republican lawmakers. in our fourth sto
out of minority groups to target and smear? no. next, john boehner attacks federal bureaucrats with fattened salaries and pensions. federal bureaucrats, like john boehner. [ tires screech ] the quarter mile, or a quarter century? is performance about the joy of driving? or the importance... of surviving. to us, performance is not about doing one thing well. it is about doing everything well. because in the end... everything matters. the best or nothing. that is what drives us. see your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for exceptional offers on the c-class. >>> for their next trick, he and the republicans are targeting overpaid government employees like his own congressional staffers or him? it's come to this. michele backmann's office does not know how to spell her own name. this is saul alinsky. his guides are reading at dick's army works. >> the man who made a joke about my dead mother compares to rosa parks and iwo jima. it's time fo. the day marches on, back to more pills. and when he's finally home... but hang on; just two aleve can keep arthritis pain away all day with few
seem to have settled on who is going to be the face of the new republican party. it's john boehner. the face of the republican party. that's next. >>> and later, the "new yorker's" excellent jane mayer has been in washington since watergate. she says she has never seen anything like it. find out who she's talking about just ahead. hi, ellen! hi, ellen! hi, ellen! we're going on a field trip to china! wow. [ chuckles ] when i was a kid, we -- we would just go to the -- the farm. [ cow moos ] [ laughter ] no, seriously, where are you guys going? ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! [ female announcer ] the new classroom. see it. live it. share it. on the human network. cisco. i can take one airline out... and another home. so with more flight options, i can find the combination that gets me there and back quickest. where you book matters. expedia. >>> what do you do with a newfangled star trek meets horror movie pain weapon? a weapon rejected by the u.s. military for u
today in correcting a lot of the statements john boehner made in ohio. also, just making it clear that the extent that they laid out an agenda, it is one that would take us back to the same failed policies. >> mr. van hollen, this week's sarah palin showed heruscle in the senate republican primary in alaska. what impact do you expect her to have in the general election in the house in november? >> you are already beginning to see that. esol as i mentioned earlier in in the new use ayou saw york 23, where they came in and endorsed a libertarian, and that is the effect that you are seeing from sarah palin. if you watch these republican primaries closely, there are many instances now where the candidate that represented a more moderate republican has lo to the more extreme right candidate. these are swing districts. they are decided largely by independent vers, and independent voters do not want to return to a bush economic agenda on steroids. what a lot of these candidates are proposing is exactly that. b. defect you are seeing is one that moves -- the efft you are seeing is one of
for their first joint interview ever. senate leader mitch mcconnell and house leader john boehner, together only on "fox news sunday." and congressman charles rangel finds himself in serious ethics trouble. we'll ask our to sunday panel how much that could hurt democratic chances in november. all right now on "fox news sunday." hello again from fox news in washington. first, some news and pictures you may not find in your sunday paper. in rhinebeck, new york, saturday, chelsea clinton married her long-time boyfriend marc mezvinsky. the bride was walked down the aisle by her proud father, the former president. the ceremony took place at sunset. it was conducted by a rabbi and a minister. hundreds of guests including celebrities from entertainment and politics joined the clintons for the festivities. ♪ ♪ >> chris: in america's news headquarters, the campaign for the midterm intensifies, we are going to talk with some top republicans. in a few minutes we sit down with the g.o.p. leaders in the house and senate for their first joint interview ever. but this month we're also going to talk with re
boehner could be taken out if you want to fight when it comes to an election. you're watching "the ed show" on msnbc. stay with us. fight it with (new) bayer am. it combines extra strength bayer aspirin to treat pain plus an alertness aid to help you get off to a running start. try bayer am - the morning pain reliever. >>> next up on "the ed show," well, here's the republican plan we've been asking for for november. investigate is the obama administration. they're cooking up just a multitude of plans and, of course, they want to subpoena everybody. i mean, they want to subpoena the daylights out of the democrats. this ought to be a call to arms for lefties to hit the grounds and start working. start working for the next election. we're right back. stay with us. ♪ [ male announcer ] we make them beautiful. ♪ we make them tougher. ♪ we make them legendary. we make them better... ♪ to make your life better. ♪ and we've never made one... quite like this. the 100% electric nissan leaf. ♪ >> welcome back to "the ed show" and thanks for watching tonight. progressives, this might be th
republican leader john boehner taking direct shot at president obama today, blasting his economic polices, calling them job killers and demanding the immediate resignation of the president's economic team, starting with secretary tim geithner and larry summers, head of the national economic council. there's a lot to that story, we're going to get to it in a moment. jon: see what develops out of that. >>> also, we are heading to the white house now for a briefing. bill burton, deputy white house press secretary, is going to be introducing john brennan, the president's counterterrorism adviser. the situation is increase, topic one. jen we're going too know increase, topic one. jenna: we're going to get to that, and awaiting comments from the president while on vacation. in the meantime, other top stories, on the massive egg recall that's really been developing over the last several days, food and drug administration officials are saying there's no evidence the salmonella outbreak has spread beyond two egg farms in iowa. right now investigators are going through the two farms, suspected of b
% of the country be extended? the man who would be speaker, john boehner, tried to make that case today. vice president joe biden responded saying boehner was basically saying the way to get out of our current economic rut was to follow the bush policies that put us in the rut in the first place. >>> plus, it's primary day today in five states. including florida and arizona. the polls just closed in most of arizona and we'll report the results as they came in. we'll lay out what all of today's voting will tell us about november and what's at stake for both parties. >>> also, if you're looking to come to washington for glenn beck's rally, a tea partier has written the cliche written guide to avoiding black people on a subway in washington. what a great way to celebrate the anniversary of the great martin luther king king "i have a dream" speech. we'll poke fun at the scheduling of this event, among other things. >>> finally, mitch mcconnell says he takes president obama at his word that he's a christian. stephen colbert takes mcconnell at his word that he's not a human turtle hybrid. great sid
of that in just a moment. the white house is finally going after john boehner saying he wants americans to lose their jobs. i think they should keep repeating that all the way to november. >>> and sharron angle is backing out of a tea party rally on the border on the same day her opponent, majority leader harry reid passes a $600 million bill to secure the border. >>> but this is the story that has me fired up tonight. and this story will touch every community across this country. people are desperate. for all kinds of help across america. yesterday, it was tens of thousands of people looking for housing help in georgia. today, i attended a rally of professional american who have been displaced by corporate greed and out of touch politicians. a passionate crowd of 99ers rallied at the federal hall here in new york. the shadow of wall street. they had one basic question, where are the jobs. >> i want to be working again. but where are the jobs? where are the jobs? where are the jobs? >> these are average working class americans who want washington to wake up and hear what they have to say. to a
boehner on the attack, home sales hit hard, stocks diving, the markets closing as we speak. the dow off since april. 13% now from its highs. briefly crossing below 10,000 today. existing home sales plummeting to the lowest in 15 years. 27.2% decline. the biggest one-month drop ever. when people don't have jobs, they can't buy homes and are certainly not getting the federal tax credit to buy anymore. all the money tied up in all the houses means not a lot of money for investment in america. in a speech this morning, house majority leader tom boehner took aim at obama's economic team and called for heads to roll. >> president obama should ask for and accept the resignations of the remaining members of his economic team, starting with secretary geithner and larry summers, the head of the national economic counsel. >> i would have suggested doing that six months ago before they bamboozled us with this financial are form plan that's driving our country into a ditch. if boehner wants to do it after they've done their damage, so be it. freeze federal spending, those among the gop's big gop tal
at some point, and congressman boehner, the republican leader in the house says after labor day at some point it seems like voters are going to begin asking the two parties, what are you going to do to deal with my problem? gwen: finally, when are we going to know quickly what happens in alaska? lawyers all had to get through counting the ballots. >> it could take -- >> the hanging chads in alaska. gwen: we've been there before. yes, we have. thank you both. some weeks we wonder what all of these folks are fighting to get actually. today the government admitted that the economy is growing even more slowly than it thought. all week long the stock market dipped below and then back above the 10,000 mark. and earlier this week we learned sales of existing homes plunged an amazing 27% to the lowest level in a decade. all this came amid-an extraordinaryy finger pointing exchange between house republican leader john boehner and vice president joe biden. >> the prospect of higher taxes, stricter rules, more regulations has employers sitting on their hands. and after the pummeling they've taken
boehner go toe-to-toe over who is to blame for the ailing economy and how to fix it. two very different points of view. >>> shirley sherrod was minding her own business when overnight she became the person at the center of a national debate over race. she lost her job and was thrown under the bus by the naacp. now her name's been cleared and the head of the agriculture department offered o her a new job. so why did she turn it down? shirley sherrod joins us live this hour to tell us why. >> shirley's back. >>> the "a.m. fix" blog is up and running. join the live conversation now. there's plenty to talk about. go to cnn.com/amfix. >>> up first, battle lines drawn for november. voters heading to the polls in five key states last night and we have some late results we're still watching this hour. >> first a big test of the tea party and the alaska senate race. check this out. we may not know the results for a week while they count absentee ballots in this state. between incumbent lisa murkowski, 48% for her. tea party favorite sarah palin-backed joe miller has 51%. he was expected to do we
obama should ask for and accept the resignation of the economic team. >> now, boehner also slammed the president for wanting to let the bush tax cuts expire for america's wealthiest. now, the white house deputy press secretary bill burtson due to hold a press briefing very soon and we'll see if the white house is going to be responding to boehner's attacks and also waiting for vice president joe biden to speak at an event where he reveals a new impact on the economic recovery act. as i said, we'll wait on both of those. bring them to you right here this morning on msnbc. >>> the fight over the economy, though, comes as voters are heading out to the polls today. several states holding primary elections at this hour. we'll start with mark murray who joins me here in the studio in d.c. i like it be here in d.c. for some primary days, it's kind of fun. let's take this to florida and talk about what is going on down there. there are some hot races. >> florida, we'll find out what is worse. being an insider or being an outsider billionaire with a flawflaw ed political resume. we're seein
minority leader john boehner who is turning it up and the strong words directed towards president obama today. >> we tried 19 months of government as community organizer and it hasn't worked. >> shepard: congressman boehner asking the president to cut some of his key staffers. >> boehner would fire the very people who helped him make the tough decisions to get our economy moving in the right direction again. >> shepard: just ahead, shaping up for an economic showdown. [ male announcer ] what is performance? 0 to 60? or 60 to 0? [ tires screech ] the quarter mile, or a quarter century? is performance about the joy of driving? or the importance... of surviving. to us, peormance is not about doing one thing well. it is about doing everything well. because in the end... everything matters. the best or nhing. that is what drives us. see your authorized mercedes-benz dealer fo exceptional offers on the c-class. >> shepard: more disastrous flooding to report tonight from pakistan. the nation's president says it could take years for the nation to recover. and the united nations reports that 800
, critics of the policy haven't let up. john boehner is just delivered what i'd do as speaker today in cleveland and began by calling for the resignation of the president's entire economic team. or of what's left of it. nbc's mike viqueira's in martha's vineyard and joins us with more. a lot of rhetoric in this speech of john boehner, not a lot of new policy proposals, though. >> reporter: well, they've got an answer for that. essentially, what this represents is john boehner and republicans dismissing the premise of what the president campaigned on. remember, before he got here, chuck, raising money political speech after political speech with the same device used for several months and over the course of the summer. it is republicans who drove that proverbial economic car into the ditch and now they want the keys to get it back out. "d" means drive. "r" means reverse. now john boehner says, look, they have had almost two years. their experiment is over. tim geithner, he should be gone. larry summers, the president's top economic adviser, he should be gone. boehner says in that pea
conversation with the man who hopes to be the next speaker of the house, congressman john boehner. what would the republicans do to get people back to work and cut government spending? and the roundtable weighs in on the long summer for the president. ethics scandals, jobs, gay marriage, the war in afghanistan and the choice in november. >> when you want to go forward, what do you put the car? d! [ cheers and applause ] >> when you want to go backwards, what do you do? you put it in r. >> reporter: with us, former congressman from tennessee and the author of the book "more davids than goliaths" harold ford. chairman of the house republican conference, vanity fair's national editor, todd purdham and nbc's andrea mitchell. >> announcer: from nbc news in washington, "meet the press" with david gregory. gregory. >> it's been 111 days since the explosion of the deep water horizon oil rig in the gulf of mexico. the leak has been plugged, but many questions remain. here live this morning in an exclusive interview is carol browner. welcome back. >> thank you. >> the split screen, before and after, is
boehner says it is time for top members of obama's economic team to go. >>> and an undercover video exposes shocking conditions at an egg farm. could mistreatment of chickens have contributed to the salmonella outbreak that is rocking the industry and scaring consumers? wolf blitzer is off today. i'm suzanne malveaux. you're in "the situation room." >>> today was the first time agriculture secretary tom vilsack has seen shirley sherrod face to face. since he pushed her out of her job and dragged the administration into an ugly controversy over race sherrod has had the last word. she turned down vilsack's offer of a new job created to improve the department's civil rights efforts and its image. sherrod says she needs a break from the uproar surrounding her forced resignation after video of a past speech was posted on the internet out of context and used to falsely accuse her of discrimination. >> i did enjoy that work and would want to see that work continue. i just don't think at this point with all that has happened i can do that in the new position that was offered or as state dir
. >>> house minority leader john boehner is asking presint obama he to ask for the resignation of his economic team. he said the president's policies and his people have failed to turn the economy around. the house's top republican wants the president to support an extension of the bush tax cuts which he believes can help get businesses hiring again. >> right now america's employers were brave to invest in an economthat's slowed by stimulus spending and ham strung by uncertainty and the prospect of highe taxes, strict rules, more regulions has employers sitting on their hands. >> the administration fired back at boehner claiming he wants to return to the policies that created the wst economic downturnince the great depression. >> there are millio upon millions of americs who saw their savings, that i paychecks shrink, lost their jobs, their homes. mr. boehner is nostalgic for those good ole days, but the american people are not. >> and another bleak economic report today. the national association of realtors says sales of previously owned homes in ju fell more than 27% to the lowes level in 15
in the media? >> i do gop leader john boehner did an excellent job of trying to get the mainstream media to pay attention to the war on jobs. he call the obama administration a job-killing machine. i call this the beltway chainsaw massacre. you've got these maniacs who have no idea, rooted in rational economic theory what they are doing and what the bloody consequences of all of their massive government interventions are doing to people. as you say sean, you do not have a mainstream media documenting something i think should be done. we need an obama jobs death toll. everyday we ought to be telling the stories of people who have become victimized by these power grabs and policies. tomorrow, on martha's vineyard there's going to be a flotilla of fishermen, commercial and recreational, protesting this administration's stealth ocean grab restrictive environmental policies that killing mom and pop enterprises in new england. where is "the new york times"? where is katie couric? >> sean: great questions. a lot of this coming from your column well written and few people paying attention to. look, eve
and it hasn't worked. >> republican john boehner has ideas how to get more americans back to work. the mouse minority leader, perhaps future speaker said what is ailing the economy is fear. >> prospect of higher taxes, stricter rules, more regulations has the employers sitting on their hands. >> he says it should go to prebush levels. and that the tax cuts should be extended, not some of them but all of them. >> raising taxes on family and small businesses in the recession is a recipe for disaster. for our economy and deficit. period. end of story. >> boehner called on the president to fire his economic team, starting with treasury secretary tim geithner and the head of the white house council white house advisors larry summers. >> the president should fire his economic team. constructive advice. we thank the leader for that. >> done with the sarcasm, vice president biden launched in to what is becoming the new favorite election year theme for democrats nationally. squarely pinning the blame for the recession on the bush administration and the republicans who ran congress. boehner is nostalg
out of there? >>> and an alligator ends up in a really weird place. >>> boehner fire fired the first shot this morning in a speech in cleveland where he called on president obama to fire his top economic advisors. >> president obama should ask for and accept the resignations of the remaining members of the of his economic team starting with secretary geithner, and larry summers the head of the national economic council. >> boehner also slammed the president for -- >> let me tell you, there are millions upon millions ofmens who saw their savings, their paychecks shrink, lost their jobs, their homes. mr. boehner ises nostalgic for those good old days, but the american people are not, they don't want to go back. >> mike vi >>. >> reporter: well, john boehner, you know, i don't think he really expects the president to turn around and say, okay, let's fire secretary tim geithner over at the treasury department and let's fire my top economic advisor larry summers. you have to see this in a context of this war of words between the house republican leader and the house, in the context of a
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